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4080 Brunton Binocular Stabilizing Packstrap, Black 4080 is currently on sale with fast shipping. Plus your total satisfaction is guaranteed when you purchase Brunton Binocular Stabilizing Packstrap, Black 4080 and other Binocular Accessories by Brunton.

Average Ratings
Overall rating
4.0 / 5
Easy To Set Up 4.3 / 5
Usability 4.0 / 5
Features 4.3 / 5
Value for your money 4.7 / 5
Meets expectations 4.3 / 5

Brunton Binocular Stabilizing Packstrap, Black 4080 Reviews - Reviews from 1 to 3 out of 3

Brunton Bino Packstrap

Product Ratings:
Overall rating:
3 / 5
Easy To Set Up:4 / 5
Features:4 / 5
Meets expectations:4 / 5
Usability:3 / 5
Value for your money:4 / 5

Author: gdickersonwy from Evanston, WY on Jan 20, 2012
Pros:  Holds bino securely and in good position
Cons:  Quick Release buckles are different than bino strap, should be the same so the strap and packstrap cna be interchanged. they use the same type of buckle, but different enough to prevent interchange.
Would recommend:  yes

gdickersonwy wrote:

Thsi is a nice packstrap, but the QR buckles are different than the Brunton Bino strap. If they would use the same buckles the binos could be switched from strap to packstrap in seconds.

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These are the best

Product Ratings:
Overall rating:
5 / 5
Easy To Set Up:5 / 5
Features:5 / 5
Meets expectations:5 / 5
Usability:5 / 5
Value for your money:5 / 5

Author: ConspicuousConsumer from Chicago, il on Jan 25, 2011
Pros:  Stiffer elastic than most
Cons:  Requires two-handed viewing
Would recommend:  yes

ConspicuousConsumer wrote:

A harness is better than a neckstrap. Wearing a neckstrap allows the binocs to sway and bounce. The harnes keeps them close to your chest when walking, crouching, bending, etc. I have tried several harnesses and the rest do not have stiff enough elastic, allowing full size binos to still move around a lot. These bruntons have stiffer elastic and work much better. The have a great quick disconnect that is sturdy.

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Is it better than a neckstrap?

Product Ratings:
Overall rating:
4 / 5
Easy To Set Up:4 / 5
Features:4 / 5
Meets expectations:4 / 5
Usability:4 / 5
Value for your money:5 / 5

Author: CharlieC (verified customer) , Amateur photographer and birdwatcher, from Lansdale, PA on Jul 4, 2010
Pros:  Takes weight off neck, holds binoculars against body.
Cons:  Can chafe armpits, confining in hot weather
Would recommend:  yes

CharlieC wrote:

I honestly don't know how often I'll use this. It's a pair of adjustable elastic straps you put your arms through, with a connector in the middle of your back. The binocular strap is replaced by a pair of short straps that have quick disconnects to their mating halves on the elastic straps. This holds the binoculars against your mid chest, and the straps stretch when you raise the binoculars to your eyes. This means there's always some strap tension when looking through the binos, as well as when carrying them. I find the elastic under my armpits is noticeable and could chafe, especislly on hot days when everything gets sweat-soaked. On the other hand, if you need to do some climbing while wearing the binos, this rig will prevent them from swinging around and smacking something hard like happens with strap carry. It definitely has uses, but I think a strap's usually more convenient.

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Reviews - Brunton Binocular Stabilizing Packstrap, Black 4080 - UPC: 080078408007